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    Roberto Duran 1978 Fight Worn Robe From Monroe Brooks Bout On December 8th, 1978 Roberto Duran fought tough Monroe Brooks at Madison Square Garden in New York. Duran stopped Brooks with a knockout in the 8th round. Presented here is the actual fight worn robe used by Roberto Duran during this fight. A knee length, blue, crushed velvet robe with the original sash. The back of the robe reads, ROBERTO DURAN CAMPEON MUNDIAL LIGERO, spelled out in white block letters. This robe is in very good condition with no serious flaws. Two or three of the letters in his name are loosened slightly. The robe comes with an LOA from Felicidad Duran, the wife of Roberto Duran in addition to an LOA from Craig Hamilton/ JO Sports.

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